Spi-VR - Spectrum Inspection & Vibration Data Recorder
Spi-VR - Spectrum Inspection & Vibration Recorder
Currently being used by clients in the Steel, Facilities Management, Auto Manufacturing, Food & Beverage and General Manufacturing Industries in the UK and abroad.
Spi-VR® enables effective asset management in terms of;
- Lubrication Management (including scheduling, lube types, useage & reports)
- Inspection scheduling & reporting
- Process Point information capture & trending
- Condition Based Maintenance techniques including;
- Vibration Data collection & analysis
- Thermal Image storage & trending
- Oil Analysis data storage, trending & reporting
Spi-VR® is a tool that can be applied to detect or monitor known failure modes to ensure machine availability. It is easy to set up, easy to manage and simple to train on and run. Its output is a simple maintenance decision to aid machine reliability and maintenance effectiveness.
Most current hand-held vibration data collection systems require high level database set-up and support; usually needing to set-up machines on a PC before readings can be taken with the data collector. Also, software typically has many combinations of settings, creating significant demands for set-up and user training. They can also be expensive to buy, licence and operate and often lock the user in to buying the manufacturers sensors and accessories.
Spi-VR® (Spectrum Inspection & Vibration Recorder) brings simple set-up and vibration measurement into a low-cost hand-held unit. It is a novel concept in data collection with some key customer benefits, including Easy set-up with machine templates, Web access to all data and reports, Vibration monitoring, Inspections (Pressure, Temp, Run hours etc), Ability to Import other system data (e.g Oil analysis readings direct from oil labs).
Importantly, Spi-VR® includes modules for Lubrication Management, Inspection Scheduling, Thermal Image and Oil Sample Analysis Management!
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